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Topik 
Sub Topik 
Capaian Belajar Mahasiswa 
Sumber Materi 
1 
 Building Blocks of amplifiers (3)
 Gain cell
 Cascode amplifier
 Bias circuits
 Identify building block of amplifiers
 Analyze and discuss their properties
 Design building blocks to meet stated specification



Sedra Chp. 6.
Sec. 6.1 – 6.6 
2 
 Differential Amplifiers (3)
 MOS differential pair
 Small signal operation of MOS differential pair
 BJT Differential pair
 Use large signal and incremental LEC device models to analyze differential pairs.
 Explain, compare, and contrast the input, output, and gain characteristics of differential pairs as amplifiers.



Sedra Chp. 7.
Sec. 7.1 – 7.3 
3 
 Differential Amplifiers (3)
 Nonideal characteristics
 Differential with active load
 High frequency response of differential amplifier
 Use large signal and incremental LEC device models to analyze nonideal characteristics of differential pairs.
 Explain, compare, and contrast the input, output, and gain characteristics of differential pairs with active loads.
 Produce and analyse the small signal high frequency BJT and MOSFET models differential amplifier circuits.



Sedra Chp. 7.
Sec. 7.4 – 7.5
Sedra Chp. 8
Sec. 8.8

4 
 Multistage Amplifiers (3)
 Twostage CMOS opamps
 A bipolar opamp
 Wide band amplifiera and multistage frequency response
 Explain, compare, and contrast the characteristics of common twotransistor linear amplifier building block stages.
 Produce and analyse the small signal high frequency multistage amplifier circuits.



Sedra Chp. 7
Sec. 7.6
Sedra Chp. 8
Sec. 8.98.10 
5 
 Feedback (3)
 Feedback structures and properties of negative feedback.
 Feedback topologies: shuntseries, shuntshut, seriesseries, seriesshunt.
 Twoport modelling and the small signal analyses of feedback amplifier.
 Explain the benefits of negative feedback.
 Distinguish the feedback circuits and the different feedback configurations in feedback amplifiers. (C2)
 Apply the twoport models to include the loading effect of a feedback circuit to the main amplifier. (C3)



Sedra Chp. 9
Sec. 9.19.3

6 
 Feedback (3)
 Analyses of feedback amplifiers.
 Analyse frequency response of feedback amplifiers. (C4)



Sedra Chp. 9
Sec. 9.49.7 
7 
 Feedback (3)
 Loop gain and amplifier stability.
 Stability analyses
 Frequency compensation
 Survey the stability of feedback amplifiers.
 Design amplifier frequency compensation.



Sedra Chp. 9
Sec. 9.109.13

8 
 Operational Amplifier circuits (3)
 Twostage Opamp.
 Folded Cascode Amplifiers.
 Analyses of 741 Opamp: DC bias
 Point out what components in a circuit affect the low frequency, midband, and high frequency responses, and compute the frequency response for circuits including multiple low and high frequency poles/zeroes.
 Analyse CMOS Operational Amplifier.
 Subdivide a large analog circuits io its simple building blocks.
 Analyse DC bias circuit of 741 opamp.



Sedra Chp. 10
Sec. 10.110.4

9 
 Operational Amplifier circuits (3)
 Analyses of 741 Opamp: smallsignal
 Analyses of 741 Opamp: Gain, Frequency Response and Slew rate
 Modern BJT opamps
 Produce the small signal equivalent circuits of 741 opamp.
 Analyse the performance of 741 opamp.
 Describe niches in modern opamp designs.



Sedra Chp. 10
Sec. 10.510.7

10 
 Filter and Tuned Amplifier
 Filter specification, approximation, and transfer function
 Filter topologies and implementations.
 Switchedcapacitor Filters
 Tuned amplifier
 Draw the frequency response curves of a lowpass active filter, a highpass active filter, a bandpass active filter, and a bandstop ( notch ) filter
 Construct, analyze, and troubleshoot an active lowpass filter, an active highpass filter, a bandpass filter, or a bandstop ( notch ) filter.
 Identify SC Filter.
 Compare the frequency response characteristics of an ideal amplifier and a practical tuned amplifier. (C4)
 Perform analyses to calculate the Q and bandwidth of an amplifier. (C4)



Sedra Chp. 11
Sec. 11.111.2
Sec. 11.1011.11

11 
 Signal Generators (Oscillators) and Waveformshaping Circuits
 Principles of sinusoidal oscillators: Barkhausen Criterion and Negative Resistance.
 OpampRC oscillators
 LC, and Crystal oscillators.
 Describe the function and requirements of an oscillator. (C2)
 Describe positive feedback, how it is produced, and how it maintains oscillations after an oscillator is triggered, and list requirements for proper oscillator operation. (C2)
 Identify, draw the circuits and calculate the parameters for opampRC crystal oscillator circuits. (C3)



Sedra Chp. 12
Sec. 12.112.3

12 
 Signal Generators (Oscillators) and Waveformshaping Circuits
 Multivibrators and IC timers
 Waveformshaping circuits.
 Identify, draw the circuits and calculate the parameters for LC , and crystal oscillator circuits. (C3)
 Analyze different types of oscillators used in common electronics. (C4)
 Analyse and understand the operation of wave shaping circuits. (C4)



Sedra Chp. 12
Sec. 12.412.9

13 
 Voltage and current regulations
 Shunt and series linear continuous voltage regulator circuits.
 Voltage regulator circuits with monolithic integrated circuits.
 List the purpose of a voltage regulator and Explain concept of regulation and methods for regulating voltage and current. (C2)
 Calculate performance parameters of a voltage regulator, such as line regulation and load regulation. (C3)
 Apply IC linear voltage regulator circuits to design specified output voltage levels. (C3)



Floyd Chp. 17 
14 
 Voltage and current regulations
 Swicthedmode regulation: Buck and Boost configurations.
 Describe the circuit operation of a buck/boost switching voltage regulator. (C2)
 Apply IC switched regulator sicyuits to design a simple buck/boost switching voltage regulator. (C3)



Floyd Chp. 17 
15 
 Circuits for digital storage elements (3)
 Latches and Flipflop. Multivibrator circuits.
 Semiconductor memory types: RAM, ROM, and Flash.
 Memories address: and sensing amplifiers, row decoder, column decoder.
 Describe the structure, configuration, timing parameters and diagrams for memory elements. (C2)
 Explain and show the operation of latch circuit and flipflop circuits and mutivibrators: bistable, monostable, astable. C(3)
 Explain the operation and analyses of different types of memories. (C2)
 Explain the operation of memory addressing circuits: sensing amplifiers, row decoder, column decoder. (C2)



Sedra Chp. 16
Sec. 16.112.4
